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Published on Jan 21, 2013
The new year is bringing new life to Bastrop State Park as volunteers gather to plant the first of 220-thousand Loblolly pine saplings this winter. The new trees will replace some of those lost from the devastating Labor Day wildfires of 2011. Texas Parks and Wildlife has this report. The goal is to plant 2-million trees over the next five years. To volunteer for a future tree planting day or to make a donation to plant a tree, go to www.arborday.org/texas